Dark forest hills before my softly uncovered eyes. It is only through you do the born have meaning, purpose, knowing. And for this, I am. Forever grateful. This Earth Day, take that one extra special moment to show the world you care. We are only given one chance in this lifetime. Let's give back … Continue reading In Anticipation for Earth Day
She tends to speak in riddled rhymes that wind in unexpected, peculiar ways.
Disconnect. In the way your words don't quite reach me, or know me for everything I am. Memories both calm and chill me, clues of what may come and all that will never be. I question you. I question everything hidden beyond this path I'm expected to lead.
This morning as I prepared my classroom for the day, delighted in my coffee and pretzel croissant (yes, they're making those now), I suddenly realized: it's poetry month! Those of us in the teaching community, especially the lower grades, love taking this opportunity to celebrate with something called "Poem in Your Pocket." The simple gist is encouraging … Continue reading Welcome Poetry Month!